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new developments overnight in a tragic school bus accident that's claimed a half dozen lives while injuring many more. >> a two day manhunt ends with the arrest of a man suspected of an ambush killing of a 20-year police veteran. >> snow is piling up. >> another starbucks price hike to alert you to. >> and snoop dogg gives back ahead of thanksgiving. "early today" starts right now. >> good morning, everyone. i'm ayman mohyeldin. francis rivera off today. developing overnight, nee details related to the deadly school bus in chattanooga, tennessee. five children have been killed, 23 others transported to area
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hospitals. the bus driver, 24-year-old johnthony walker, has been arrested. 35 elementary students from kindergarten through fifth grade were onboard the bus when it crashed. emergency crews responded to a call around 3:30 p.m. to find the bus turned on its side and wrapped around a tree. the police chief called it a single driver incident and speed is being investigated as a possible cause. >> this is an absolute nightmare for this community, for this police department, for our partners in fire and ems, but i can assure you that the public safety professionals in chattanooga are prepared and trained to make sure this is investigated thoroughly and we're making sure we have all the resources the family, the schools, and the communities need to respond to this tragedy, this trauma. >> the accident comes just days before thanksgiving. the school will be open today
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with counsellors available for students and staff. >> this morning, a suspect is in jail following a two-day manhunt for the ambush style killing of a police officer. the suspect was captured without incident by a s.w.a.t. unit on monday afternoon. mccain was charged with the capital murder of detective benjamin marconi. he was caught on surveillance camera outside of san antonio police headquarters walking inside at 7:45 for less than a minute. four hours later, ben marconi was shot twice in the head. >> i have an officer down in front of headquarters. i need ems right now in front of headquarters. >> driving this car, mccain allegedly pulled up behind the detective while he was making a routine traffic stop, walked up to the detective and shot him in what has been described as an assassination. >> i think that the uniform was the target. and the first person who happened along was the person that he targeted.
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>> after his arrest, he said he was sorry and that he lashed out at someone who he did not know because he was upset with society for not letting him see his son. >> kanye west remains in a los angeles hospital after abruptly cancelling his national tour. sources familiar with the case tell nbc news the rap mogul was admitted to the hospital after l.a. police responded to a medical welfare call and no criminal actiskty was involved, but the decision to hospitalize him was for his own health and safety. this includes a week of bizarre rants and his retroactive endorsement of president-elect donald trump. kris jenner tells entertainment tonight he's exhausted from his ongoing tour. >> a brooklyn man has been allegedly caught through social media talking about wanting to conduct a nice style attack on times square on behalf of isis. federal prosecutors charged the man, a permanent legal resident
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from yemen with material support for terrorism. he traveled to yemen and turkey back in 2015, allegedly in an attempt to join isis. but he returned several months later after he was unable to join the terrorist organization. his lawyer said he had legitimate reasons for visiting yemen where he had family. court documents allege in july he told an undercover operative he followed the events in niece and a garbage truck could be used in times qu s square, but was no indication he had planned this attack. >> this morning, we now have better idea of what president-elect donald trump is blanking to do in his first 100 days in office. after an off the record meeting with several media executives and on-air personalityinizecluding our own lest er holt and chuck todd. he spelled out his priorities in a campaign style video which did not include building a wall with
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mexico or even repealing obamacare. but more questions of conflicts of interest were brought up. hallie jackson has more. >> a new video from the president-elect. >> our transition team is working very smoothly. >> donald trump listing off his ten-point plan. >> on immigration, i will direct the department of labor to investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the american worker. >> a tape produced by his own team. the press, not invited. his aide forced to fend off new questions about how the president-elect can juggle both his business dealings and the business of the country. >> by the time he takes office, as president of the united states, everything, every law will be complied with, every i and t will be dotted. >> his focus, the new d.c. hotel and a recent reception, complete with trump wine, meant to woo foreign diplomats. >> they spent a lot of time talking about the property and how they hope that, you know, this would be a property that the diplomats would use. >> the sales pitch raising
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concerns overseas customers might stay there to win brownie points with the next president. meanwhile, the foreign bank that finances the acquisition of that property and these others and under investigation by the justice department. a department trump will oversee come january. trump's name not just hotels here at home, but around the world, 15 internationalliwise a lucrative deal in turkey and business deals in saudi arabia, even as he assailed the clinton foundation for its linked to the foreign government. >> why don't you give back the money you have taken from certain countries? >> some of trump's big'ing deals comes from india. pictures surfaces of indian business partners last week despite trump in the thick of the talks of transition in trump tower. >> while serving as president, they're pervasive, obvious, foreseeable. >> that was hallie jackson. there's also new video surfacing from an alt-right conference
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held in washington, d.c. in fact, one of the speakers praised donald trump with language similar to that used in notsa germany. >> for us as europeans it's only normal again when we are great again. hail trump! hail our people. hail victory. >> that speaker, richard spenter, telling nbc he intended his words to be ironic and exuberant, insisting the alt-right is not a neonazi movement. a trump spokesperson responded saying the president-elect has continued to denounce racism of any kind, and he was elected because he will be a leader for every american. joining me now for a closer look at president-elect trump's america first plan as worldwide stocks sore and his promise to repeal tpp on day one, the founder of the global strategy project. let's talk about two aspects of potentially donald trump's
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foreign policy. the clear-eyed stuff he has been career about that he campaigned on, which is repealing tpp. what does that look like? >> apart from his overall foreign policy beyond the trade issue is still largely a blank slate. if you look at things like tpp, he's also looking at we will do bilateral deals. in other words, cantsal these bilalib bilateral deals and using a cost benefit analysis on what benefits what he says as america first. >> when we look at other big issues, particularly the ongoing civil war in syria, the irop nuclear deal, what policy positions can he favor or per sue to end the war in syria, and can he rip up the iran nuclear deal? >> the war in syria, please rr very much limited because much of it, when the uprising began in early 2011, much of what happened since then largely u.s.
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inaction, has led a void which the russians have filled. whether aleppo will fall, that remains to be seen. trump is looking beyond syria. there will be continuity on the fight on isis in eastern syria and western iraq, but what he's looking at is cutting deals, for example, with mr. putin to reach an accommodation on syria and other places. regarding your point on iran, remember, the iran deal was a united nations security council deal, which is legally binding, but he has space in terms of the sanctions against iran. he can make them stronger, upgrade them, but the problem he may run into is if he's going to hit european firms, he's back to where he was several years ago in terms of destabilizing relations with european partners. >> the chance of doing something against iran bilaterally is much more difficult. let me ask you about syria. he's talked about a tougher
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military strategy. do you see more military involvement in syria for the united states under trump? >> no, i think if you're looking at eastern syria and the war against isis, yes, the potential upgrade of it, strengthening of it, but it's important to see. if you look at the initial appointments, for example, national security adviser, flynn. also you have the cia director, representative congressman pompeo. people are thinking this is going to be -- it's heart starting to form to be a hawkish national security team, but the key thing, i don't think it's a neocon time that's going to want to redesign the middle east and the region, but it's going to be mostly one that says on a limited basis, when you mess with america, we'll hit you and hit you hard. >> unless they get john bolton, no neocon in the state department. >> remains to be seen. >> all right, well, let's take a quick look at the weather, but a live report from japan on the powerful earthquake that rocked the northern part of the country and generating a tsunami in the
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process. >> meanwhile, parts of the northeast are still digging out from the massive first snow storm of the season. some areas in upstate new york are already getting over two feet of snow. here with your forecast, bill karins. >> thanks. pretty impressive snowfall totals. now we're dealing with a new storm system. this will even give us the potential for additional heavy snow in the mountains of colorado and over minnesota. the other fly in the ointment is we could see severe weather, maybe an isolated tornado in eastern texas. the storms will form over austin, san antonio, and dallas and head to eastern portions of the state. we're calm in the west but that will changeer there around eureka and shasta. sacramento and san francisco southwards should be dry.
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of course, tomorrow is the busiest travel day of the year. i'll give you that forecast coming up. >> watching that closely. thanks very much for that. just ahead, a word of warning for drivers before you hit the road. plus, is donald trump's pro-business agenda fueling wall street's santa claus rally? what's the best way to get two servings of veggies?
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live for us. what can you tell us about today's earthquake? >> reporter: well, the overwhelming concern today, of course, was that the strength of this earthquake could trigger a tsunami and the warnings stayed in effect for several hours. about four and a half feet that hit some parts of the island, but there were no reported deaths. very few injuries, and very little damage to actually see. you compare that with the tsunami in 2011, where the waves were 30 to 60 feet. but there was a lot of anxiety today. the fear still very fresh in people's minds. japanese broadcasters under instruction from the government were told to issue very emphatic warnings to people to evacuate. they did in several languages to insure foreigners understood. officials at the nuclear power plant say there was one reactor that was knocked offline, but it was back in operation after 90 minutes. no sign of damage, and the slight increase in temperature
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in today's quick hits, michael phelps is making his retirement official. the most decorating olympian of all time pulled his name out of
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the u.s. drug testing program. effectively ending his career. but, if the 31-year-old swimmer decides to compete in the 2020 games, all he's got to do is add his name back in. >> well, the consumer product safety commission holds its annual thanksgiving demonstration today, showing the dangers of turkey fryers and oven fryers. there's an average of 1300 kitchen fires on thanksgiving each year. and zoo atlanta is reaching out to the public in an online poll to help decide on names for these adorable 11-week-old female panda twins. they'll be named on their 100th day, which falls on december 12th. stocks are trading at or are near a record high, and the dow is approaching the 19,000 mark. plus a price hike at starbucks to alert you about. landon dowdy has all the details. good morning, landon. >> good morning to you. that's right, the dow, nasdaq, and s sp p 500 all closing at new record highs on monday, and traders believe stocks could
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move even higher into the end of the year. wall street's santa claus rally typically happened in late december, but the markets have been trending upwards since the election, as investors think that donald trump's proposals and administration will be pro-business. >> meanwhile, starbucks has quietly raised prices on certain cold brews, drinks, and food items. a spokesperson confirms the increase of 10 to 30 cents, which took effect earlier this month. it's the second price hike this year. some customers taking to twitter to venti their frustration, one saying the cost of your favorite beverage went from ungodly to go ahead and sell that kidney. >> amazon may be adding a prime feature to its streaming service, live sports. the "wall street journal" reports the company has been in talks with the nba, nfl, major league baseball, and others for the rights to the games. a premium sports package could entice new subscribers to amazon prime, and a potential skinny bundle of channels online. >> i like what you did with the whole venti.
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let's get into the holiday travel forecast. wednesday, the busy travel day. middle of the country, rain, a little snow in areas of minnesota, wisconsin, and aninter mountain west with wet weather. we're okay most places in the west coast on wednesday. thursday, looks like heavy rain could move onshore in oregon and washington state. okay in the rockies, southern california, no problems whatsoever, and maybe showers for that macy's parade in new york city. it will go on, but it may be a little damp. >> if you're traveling in the united states, weather might be a factor. if you're traveling overseas, there might be another concern. the state department issuing an alert to anyone traveling to europe over the holiday season. the government says a heightened risk of terror attacks throughout the continent are possible. it says there are credible threats that the islamic state, al qaeda, and other affiliates
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continue to plan attacks. now, americans are encouraged to exercise caution at holiday festivals. tourist sites, places of worship, restaurants, and transportation while abroad. so make sure to stay vigilant if you're going to europe. >> hip-hop icon snoop dogg lended a helping hand at his third annual turkey giveaway. thousands lined up in california for a chance to get a free thanksgiving bird and snap a selfie with snoop dogg himself. the rapper joined englewood's mayor and city officials to hand out about 3 houn turkeys. he says he loves giving back to communities in need. >> i love to help because i was given an opportunity. if i haven't been given an opportunity for someone to help me, i wouldn't help someone else. i'm the gift that keeps on given. >> have you ever wondered what the birth of jesus would be like if it happened in 2016? one company called modern nativity did just that. they created a modern take on the classic scene, calling it
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